As the name vaguely suggest, it's a functioning iPhone dock and charger that conveniently syncs with the device and allows you to make phone calls the old fashion way, with a handset/receiver all fancied up in old school wood and faux brass. Also faux is it system's rotary dialer, which is actually a touch tone dialer - it doesn't rotate - so you can dial out through the iPhone. The PRT351 accommodates a land line as well and will do double duty, toggling between land and cellar use with the push of a button. It's actually compatible with any mobile with a 3.5mm headset port but it won't do the dialing bit that way, so that's just jury rigging the thing. Looks dumb - functionally flummoxed. But slap a genuine iPhone in there and you're golden, straddling two telecommunication eras like some kind of postmodern hipster. With its coiled cord keep you attached to the desk, this is a great excuse to put your executive feet up on your executive desk and act all executive, tethered and hip, adamantly old school or technologically evocative. I don't know. But it's some kind of statement, that's for sure.